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Lee Doyle
EVP, Managing Director

Lee is an industry recognized marketing communications and media agency leader with over 30 years of experience working with leading marketers across nearly every category: Packaged Goods, Entertainment, Telecommunications, Technology, Electronics, QSRs, Beverages, Automobiles, Pharmaceuticals, Insurance, Financial Services, Professional Services, and Retail. His clients have included AT&T, Bacardi, Campbell’s, Colgate, Dell Computers, IKEA, Netflix, Johnson & Johnson, Kraft, Lionsgate Entertainment, Macy’s, Novartis, Paramount Pictures, Procter & Gamble, Target, Unilever, Walgreen’s and Yum Brands, among others.

Since 2020 Doyle has been president of NitroC Media. Prior to NitroC, Lee spent 18 years at GroupM/WPP in a variety of roles across several of their media agencies in both strategic planning and buying capacities. He was President at Mindshare and CEO, North America for MEC (now Wavemaker). During his tenure at MEC, the agency grew by more than +40% and was recognized as Media Agency of the Year two years in a row by both Advertising Age and Ad Week. Lee was named a Media Maven by Advertising Age in 2008. He has been a juror for the Cannes Lions Festival of Creativity as well as a judge for the Effies and the Ad Week Media Plan of the Year Awards. He was recognized by She Runs It (formerly AWNY) with the Impact Award in 2011 “for a lifetime of mentoring.”

Lee began his career working in full-service agencies (creative and media) including Ammirati & Puris (now part of MullenLowe). He ran the media operations of Ammirati before joining MEC, initially as the client leader on AT&T. While at MEC, his responsibilities steadily expanded to include strategic planning, research, and analytics, before assuming the role of CEO.

Lee is known for bringing an analytical, data-led approach to client marketing challenges and developing creative media strategies to deliver exceptional business results. Some of his favorite campaigns include launching the iPhone with AT&T and crafting the media plans for the Hunger Games movie franchise with Lionsgate.